Pan Am local ED-2 is canned on the main with a former N&W high hood GP40 and a few cars for Tri-City Packaging.
Good looking slug set sits outside the fuel rack at Selkirk Yard.
ED-4 digs out an empty scrap gondola at the west end of the yard.
4 GP40's drag this heavy unit clay slurry train south on the Conn River line during a pretty heavy snow squal.
Two SD70MACs on this dirt train, just south of the yard at Anchorage. Taken from the rear of a southbound Princess Cruise Lines passenger extra.
Plenty of nice big curves on the Alaska Railroad. The scenery is breathtaking!
A pair of GP49's on a loaded rock train hold the siding as we blast by. Shot taken from the rear of the Princess Cruise Lines passenger extra headed south.
A former Amtrak unit brings up the rear of a Norwegian Cruise Lines extra, waiting in the hole for us to pass.
695 was set out for some work on the rear truck. Usually don't get to see this end of these units very often.
LOED power headed for the house with an SD70M-2, NS 8442, NS 8775 and ST GP35 208.
Sun pokes out after a significant snow storm.
Late day loaded coal train wraps around the signal for CPF-384 at the west end of East Deerfield yard.
Late afternoon southbound on the River Line with a pair of new primer GE's at the cement plant crossing in Ravena.
Hostlers at Selkirk getting power ready for outbound trains.